We are looking forward to celebrating our eighteenth LIVE Leadership Camp experience! The camp blends fun, spirituality and personal growth for an excellent summer camp experience. Our staff has been at work for well over a year and is looking forward to a wonderful experience. The camp schedule is full of a wide variety of activities and group times that help make this an enjoyable and unforgettable week!
If you're new here, check out what camp life is all about.
HEY FUTURE CAMPER!
Check out our 2023 LIVE Camp Video!
with arts + crafts
on the challenge course
Spiritual & Prayer experiences
Making lifelong friendships
DEAR PARENTS & CAMPERS,
It’s natural to have lots of questions when you’re considering sending your child to camp for the first time. To help make the process as easy as possible, we’ve provided a list of some of the most common questions we receive below. If you still have questions, please feel free to reach out to us.
Is this an all girls camp?Yes. In order to make sure that your daughter will have the best experience and to give you peace of mind, our entire staff, leadership team and campers are all women.
Who can attend?Girls entering grades 7th, 8th and 9th grade in the Fall of 2023 are eligible to enroll.
When is camp?LIVE Camp is an overnight summer camp that takes place from Monday, June 26th through Friday, June 30th at the Creighton Retreat Center located in Griswold, IA.
What do I bring to camp?Dress is casual (we require that you pack lightly, using common sense). DO NOT bring sheets, sleeping bags or pillows. Please mark all luggage with your name and address. ✔ Personal Bible if you have one (we will have extra Bibles for use at the camp). ✔ Swimwear and a towel are needed; sunscreen is a MUST. ✔ Long pants, a jacket and tennis shoes for hiking. ✔ Optional spending money for the gift shop or snacks at the swimming pool (The camp fee covers the cost of all organized activities, travel from the designated boarding locations, and Leadership Camp T-shirt.)
WHAT OUR CAMPERS SAY
I had fun when I was doing the challenge course. It made me think never give up and you can do anything! Just have faith in yourself and you can do it.
Some of the things I have gotten out of camp are to be more confident. I talked in front of the whole group and I wasn't so nervous.
After I leave camp, I hope to still think about the stuff we talked about and use it in situations like peer pressure and self-esteem.